E54: Ukraine war: Propaganda, xenophobia and censorship

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has led to international outcry from governments worldwide. Economic sanctions have been imposed and further measures are being considered. Meanwhile, in the West, a backlash is taking place against Russian culture, and people of Russian origin are facing discrimination. Can this reaction be justified by Putin’s criminal invasion? Our panel takes on these issues and answers your questions.

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